Hon. R. T. Jones will soon let the contract for the erection of a beautiful residence on his property on the corner of Cotton and Washington Streets. His present home will be moved to the next lot west of his new home.
From of the Commonwealth, May 6, 1910
Hon. R. T. Jones has let the contract to G. W. Chenoweth & Co., for the erection of a handsome residence on the corner of Washington Avenue and Cotton Street.
From the Commonwealth, May 27, 1910
The old residence of R. T. Jones is now on the move to the back of their lot preparatory to the erection of his mansion which he is to build on the present site of the old home. The work of moving the house is being done by Braddock, a Memphis concern. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will live in the house during its journey to the back of the lot and until their new home is completed. They will not be disturbed by the transit.
From The Greenwood Enterprise, June 9, 1910
Work commenced yesterday on the new home which Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones will erect at the intersection of Washington and Henderson Streets. The structure will be of Colonial architecture. The house will be a one story affair and will be constructed of gray veneer. Davis & Ghee, contractors of Memphis, arrived in Greenwood yesterday and are conducting the work. They state that the residence will be completed by August 15.
From the Commonwealth, April 30, 1919